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Pulaski County’s Most Expensive Home Sales of 2023Lock Icon

Sales of luxury homes in Pulaski County continued to shatter records in 2023. read more >
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Pulaski County’s 7-Figure Home Sales on the RiseLock Icon

High-dollar home sales in Pulaski County set records last year and seven-figure home sales don’t show any signs of slowing down this year. read more >
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‘Where the Money Is’ (Editorial)

Need capital for a new enterprise? Turn your attention to northwest Arkansas. read more >

New Lawsuit Filed Challenging Arkansas’ US House Map as Unconstitutional

The lawsuit challenges the decision to move thousands of predominantly Black voters out of the 2nd District in central Arkansas by splitting up heavily Democratic Pulaski County. read more >
The 64,000-SF inclusive playground at Two Rivers Park

Pulaski County Set to Open State’s Largest Inclusive Playground

The 64,000-SF playground features an open-air pavilion, paths connecting to existing facilities in the park and rubber and turf surfaces ensuring no physical barriers for people using wheelchairs. read more >

Rockefeller Foundation Announces Foster Care Initiative

The partnership will provide funds to select community-based entities for supportive and preventive services. read more >
Business Services / Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Pulaski County Notes Solar Project With TPI Set to Save $250K Annually

The project, long a goal of County Judge Barry Hyde and County Attorney Adam Fogleman, is expected to be completed next year. read more >
Amazon’s massive distribution center at the Port of Little Rock loomed in the background last month as Bluestem broke ground on its speculative warehouse project, nearly a million SF of space.
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Little Rock’s Emerging Identity as Logistics HubLock Icon

In the last two years, eight major distribution and logistics projects have been announced in the greater Little Rock area. read more >
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Justices Deliver a Scolding to Cannabis Commission

The state Supreme Court's dissent cites past shortcomings the commission has exhibited. read more >
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Labor Challenges, Bargain Housing Noted in Report on Little Rock Region’s Economy

Job growth is running at a slightly slower pace than the national average, but the region has advantages in other areas. read more >
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Recycling Nonprofit Epic Glass Plans $20M Facility in Little Rock

The processing plant would employ about 50 people. read more >
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North Little Rock Apartments Sold for $25M (Real Deals)Lock Icon

An affiliate of EB Real Estate Group bought the 320-unit McCain Park Apartments from an affiliate of Rhodium Capital Advisors. read more >
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Government & Politics

Arkansas Lawmakers OK Election Map Splitting Pulaski County

Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he'll make a decision next week about whether to sign the measure. read more >
Government & Politics

Arkansas House, Senate Panels OK New Congressional Map

The proposal would split up the state’s most populous and heavily Democratic county. read more >
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Health Care / Legal / Public Companies / Retail

Two Counties Sue Walmart Over Opioids

Two Arkansas counties have sued Walmart Inc. over allegations that the Bentonville retailer contributed to the opioid epidemic by failing to maintain tight controls when filling opioid prescriptions. read more >
A.J. Gilbert, Little Rock managing partner of New Cap Investment Partners LLC, is building the The Preserve at Aldersgate with assistance from Pulaski County’s commercial PACE program.
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PACE Financing Allows Aldersgate Apartments To Put Costs on Tax Bill

Pulaski County has given green building projects a lucrative green light, and developers of a west Little Rock apartment project have hit the accelerator. read more >
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Entergy Makes Offer of Synergy to Solar Proponents

As the Arkansas Public Service Commission wrangles over rules for putting home-generated electricity onto the grid, the biggest news for Pulaski County may be that it could find a path to net metering despite Entergy’s opposition to its legal arguments. read more >
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Allow Counties to Innovate (Barry Hyde Commentary)

Pulaski County is taking three approaches to promote innovative energy conservation and aid the development of markets for energy and water conservation and renewable resource-distributed generation for our citizens. read more >
Media & Marketing

New Clients for Eric Rob & Isaac

Little Rock advertising agency Eric Rob & Isaac has announced five new clients: Arkansas Heart Hospital, the Arkansas Heart Foundation, Arkansas Baptist Children’s Home, Blüm Telehealth and Pulaski County. read more >
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Government & Politics

Barry Hyde Named to National Association of Counties Committee (Movers & Shakers)

Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde has been appointed to the National Association of Counties’ Justice & Public Safety Steering Committee. read more >